Continuing the look at UCLA’s 2016 schedule, here is a breakdown of the Bruins’ third opponent of the year, BYU.
UCLA at BYU
Saturday, Sept. 17 | LaVell Edwards Stadium
7:15 p.m. PT, ESPN or ESPN2
2015 in review
The Cougars lost starting quarterback Taysom Hill in the first game, but had a more than capable backup in Tanner Mangum. Mangum threw game-winning Hail Marys in back-to-back games to start the year before UCLA edged BYU with a 24-23 win on Sept. 20 at the Rose Bowl. The Bruins came back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit and overcame three first-half turnovers from Josh Rosen, thanks to a shining performance from running back Paul Perkins (219 yards, 26 carries). BYU finished with a 9-4 record and a loss to Utah in the Las Vegas Bowl. Continue reading